Michel Temer is the interim president of Brazil, following Dilma Rousseff's impeachment.

May 12, 2016
First published on:May 12, 2016
by HitBerry

Following the impeachment of former president Dilma Rousseff, Michel Temer has risen up as the interim president of Brazil. He has pledged to rebuild Brazil into a much better nation that it can be.

Dilma, who was the first female president was responsible for charges of doctoring government accounts. Just hours after she was convicted of her actions, former Vice President rose up to the post of Interim President. Despite all the assertion, Rousseff constantly denied any of such claim.

 “I may have committed mistakes, but I never committed crimes. It’s the most brutal thing that can happen to a human being – being condemned for a crime you didn’t commit. No injustice is more devastating.”


Brazil's interim President Michel Temer called on his country to rally behind his government of "national salvation," hours after the Senate voted to suspend and put on trial his leftist predecessor, Dilma Rousseff, for breaking budget laws.

Brazil has been facing economic recession and political instability. In the state of events, Michel has assured the nation that he will reform and told his fellow Brazilian to have confidence.



After the signing ceremony for his incoming ceremony he said -“It is urgent we calm the nation and unite Brazil. Political parties, leaders, organisations and the Brazilian people will cooperate to pull the country from this grave crisis.”



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